Archive for May, 2011

Coffee Joulies – A refreshingly new way to drink your Coffee

Tuesday, May 24, 2011 1 comment

Coffee or Java as it is most popularly called, is a magical drink which mesmerizes millions of people around the world with its tempting and delicious aroma and flavor.

Hot cup of Coffee

Hot cup of Coffee

For most of us a good hot cup of coffee is the right way to start our day or rather a perfect way to start our day. Imagine the best cup of coffee burning your tongue and playing spoilsport on your early morning coffee drinking experience. Or imagine waiting for your cup of coffee to cool down to your comfortable drinking temperature. Or frankly speaking for people who like to drink their coffee not so hot (just like me 🙂 ) – I know people might wonder – “How the hell do your drink that not so hot coffee – Yikes!!!” For all of you now there is a good news. Two design engineers from US named Dave & Dave have designed a special coffee bean called “Coffee Joulies

Coffee Joulies

Coffee Joulies

Coffee Joulies cools your hot cup of coffee immediately (three times faster than normal) and gets it to a comfortable temperature. Also it retains the comfortable drinking temperature for almost 4 to 5 hours for you to savor. Yes, its true. This is achieved by packaging a special type of non-toxic material inside a stainless steel polished shell. This material absorbs the heat from the hot cup of coffee instantaneously and releases it over a period of time keeping your cup of coffee hot for a longer period of time. Surprising isn’t it. These two engineers have revolutionalized the way we drink our every day cup of coffee. Its priced around $50 per bag of Joulies.

I know you wouldn’t believe what I say – Watch this video to believe the unbelievable 🙂

The two Daves started this Coffee Joulies which was launched as a project on Kickstarter. Seeking $9500 to pay for half the cost of tooling, Dave & Dave ended up raising $306,944 earning them third place in the Kickstarter Hall of Fame and providing enough money to make Joulies in the USA.

I would really like to try those out if I get a chance to do so. So will you I think…

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